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ABC
Nov 14, 2012 5:30pm EST
car lot as is, no warranty. in english, you own any problems. ette mounds.com has tips. first, know how much you can afford and look online. don't fall in love with any car. test drive it at 55 miles an hour with the radio off. get at least a 30-day warranty. no warranty, pay a mechanic $50 to $100 to inspect it. would you have spotted it? >> yes, and i would have advised her not to buy it. >> reporter: the owner said he would work with sharon on the repair cost. that doesn't mean he will return the money or buy her car back. legally, help doesn't have to. it was sold as is. that's an important distinction who remember so you don't waste your money. >>> there are a lot of people for thanksgiving who cannot afford a turkey and all the trimmings. the assistance council is doing something to he. the council collects baskets for food and the needy. the collections will continue for the next couple of days. local businesses, churches, nonprofits donate. this year superstorm sandy caused the council to get behind more collections. >> with hurricane san day, some of the churches have donat
CNN
Nov 25, 2012 5:00pm PST
ready toette, mres. ette, mreette, mresaette, mrese. ette, mreette, mresaette, mrese, mres. >> what's your favorite one? i hate one of those yesterday. >> beef stew. >> beef stew? >> that's the only good one there. >> i like the apple sauce they have. >> oh, yeah, that's good. >> reporter: surreal considering the bloodshed. but some children are being sent out, including sheila martin's three youngest. >> i said, life is never going to be the same. we are -- this whole situation had changed our whole life. >> reporter: meanwhile, in the wake of the atf debacle, the u.s. justice department sends in the fbi. there are two teams, a heavily armed tactical unit with armored personnel carriers, and negotiators, armed with a phone and their wits. >> i teach negotiators that the very first thing you have to have is self-control. >> reporter: gary nessler is the bureau's chief negotiator. when you got there, when you were briefed, what were you dealing with? >> i think in the context of the atf, where there clearly was anger, the freedom dominant emotion i was seeing or behavior was devastat
FOX
Nov 7, 2012 4:25am EST
. >>> ette voters gave the okay if a new congressional map by approving question five. 53% approved of the new redistricting map. >>> it was a long night in virginia races not called until the very late hours. >> coming up next, tim kaine scored a win as the democrats try to retain control of the senate. we'll get a live report from virginia coming up. >> just a reminder. we have the results for you from all over the area l races bottom of the screen and also online for you as well on myfoxdc.com. stay with us. we'll be right back. time is 4:36. ♪ ♪ we were skipping stones ♪ and letting go ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with toasted oats, or sweet golden honey. perfect combinations of nature's delicious ingredients, from nature valley. ♪ ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valley granola bars, nature at its most delicious. >>> welcome back on this morning after the elec
FOX News
Nov 28, 2012 12:00am PST
payett set raw,ett set raw. >> maybe. i don't know. it seems farfetched to me. >> that's the basis of the suit. >> tom, i believe a study found of the marine corp found there was no evidence that female officers were being hurt by the current policy. >> see. we are creating a vicious circle. >> but then you say a suit is frivolous which i find that hard to believe. if you look at the suit there is substantial points being made in the suit by the people bringing the case. >> and the ambassador is making this point. of course women obviously can fight in combat. but perhaps there is concern that men's behavior will change in the heat of battle. >> its combat is not like being on the show for example or just walking the streets of new york. it is actually different. you are in the most dangerous environment that human beings know how to create. and for virtually all of history and every civilization we know of, combat has been performed by units of men. when you decide to change that you are interrupting something that has been pretty basic throughout human history. >> and there is no
MSNBC
Nov 28, 2012 1:00pm PST
on it in the afternoon, take it home and just get stoned. >> it supposedly makes you lazy, tired andle ette ar gwynn gik. >> a impig bob marley joint. look at this. >> he's just doing the pony. this is a fat guy from pyongyang. >> it's the christmas season. >> my hope is to get this done before christmas. >> rahm emanuel might want a holiday christmas card with crow bars and the baby jesus being beaten. ♪ kiss me baby >> have you to look and do a full autopsy of what happened. most people that were polled actually thought he would make a better president. >> what you talking about, willis? >> let's get right to our panel now. krystal ball is co-host of "the cycle" ask taure also co-host. one hour is clearly not enough for you. >> not enough for you. >> no, i love you both. you believe the house republicans, the way they broke for the president, that they would choose when they appoint committee chairs to have diversity but, in fact, every single chair is a white male. can you explain that? >> you would think to also note asians went for obama. gay americans went for obama. women went for obama -- >> b
FOX News
Nov 26, 2012 6:00am PST
it's fully implemented? >> i think what happens is by 2014 we real lie, the americans,ette voters that this is a complete mess. the people who don't already know that it is a mess. then from there you basically may choose to repeal it eventually. i think eventually it has to get repealed. it was pushed through so fast not thinking about the ramificationses such as this. this is just the states opts out. when the federal government goes in they have to go to each individual state. obesity levels are higher in the south they have to set up different exchanges down there. i think honestly it ends in repeal. >> it's amplified because of the fact that not only do the states want to opt out. a couple of weeks ago as we talked a lot of the employers are saying we'll just pay this fine and we'll put all our workers into the government system. bill: that will be really interesting. steven hold onto your initial comment suggesting that more than 20 states may opt out in the end. steven thank you, matt thanks to you. we'll try and get these governors onto explain their position as we move th
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